Old Dominion To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center December 1

Country music band Old Dominion will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, December 1, at the Bryce Jordan Center as part of its “No Bad Vibes” tour. Tickets start at $29 and go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 5.

Old Dominion is best known for hits “One Man Band,” Written in the Sand,” and “Break Up with Him.” Last month, the group released the highly anticipated single, “I Should Have Married You.” Since its inception, Old Dominion has reached eight No. 1 singles on country radio, one billion streams, and is the five-time CMA and ACM “Group of the Year.”

The Nashville-based band has been on tour since January and announced it was adding over 30 more stops, including its visit to Happy Valley. Old Dominion will be joined by Chase Rice and Kylie Morgan.

The Bryce Jordan Center will host a few more country musicians this fall. Thomas Rhett is set to perform on Friday, September 22, and Chris Stapleton will perform on Friday, October 6, as part of his “All American Road Show” tour.

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